A local and privately owned and managed homecare agency
In addition to companionship and personal care services, specially oriented caregivers provide continuous care and activities to keep patients stimulated and leading as active a lifestyle as is prescribed for them.
Q. Would I need a companion or a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) for my mother?
A. While both types of Aides would provide all of the companionship tasks, a CNA, in addition, is licensed to assist with “personal” or hands-on tasks, such as bathing, feeding and such.
Q. How do you go about choosing an Aide for my mother?
A. We would ask you to provide a brief description of the patient, and particularly about her lifestyle, likes and dislikes. Bases on that, we get back to you with our selected caregiver.
Regrettably, neither Medicare nor Medicaid is among them.
With both college-age children and aging parents to care for.
"My Absolute Caregiver inspires me to do things I would not do when at home alone. She has helped me through difficult times. Her visits energize me!" - S. Holland
"My Caregiver gave me the freedom to live at home and enjoy life again." - G. Miller